Jordan Davis, DT (University of Georgia)
The Buffalo Bills could potentially be making some changes at defensive tackle this offseason with Harrison Phillips and Vernon Butler both expected to be free agents after the season. They also have Star Lotulelei, who is under contract for a few more years but is getting up there in age.
The Bills could be looking for a potential replacement for Lotulelei that they could pair with Ed Oliver to solidify the position for the foreseeable future. One player that would be an excellent addition is Georgia’s defensive tackle Jordan Davis.
Davis is an imposing figure at 6’6″ and 340 pounds that has incredible athleticism for his size. On the season, he has 24 total tackles, 3.5 tackles for a loss, and two sacks. He also had a rushing touchdown recently against Charleston Southern.
Davis has been a key part of the Bulldogs’ defense and one of the reasons they have been so successful against the run. He would be a great fit on the interior of the defensive line for the Buffalo Bills and a player who could rotate with Lotulelei immediately and eventually become a starter.